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Learning, Development, and Innovation at CEITL

Inclusive teaching supports equitable access to learning for all students. A.T. Instructional Design and Development created a self-paced course on Inclusive Teaching focusing on course content, teaching practices, and interactions. The goals of the course are to increase awareness of inclusive and culturally responsive practices, and positively impact student retention. The open, online, self-paced course shares practical tips for inclusive teaching and offers faculty the opportunity to reflect on their practice. No registration is needed, participation is free and open,

Explore CEITL's Self-Paced Open Access Course

Attend the GRSIL Workshop April 19 12:30-2pm

 

CEITL Workshops

Talk About Teaching Spring 2021

Designing Accessible Online Course Materials

Presenters
  • Maureen Bourbeau, Assistive Technology Specialist, SAS

  • Frances Keefe, Instructional Designer, IT/Academic Technologies

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Talk About Teaching Spring 2021

Tangible strategies for Decolonizing the Classroom

Presenters
  • Caché Owens-Velásquez, Ph.D., Director of the Beauregard Center for Equity, Freedom and Justice

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Inclusion Accessibility and Accommodations

Presenters
  • Scott Lapinski, Ph.D., M.Ed.; Director of Student Accessibility Services
     

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Time Zones, Online Lectures & Social Isolation

Presenters
  • Gigi Green, Academic Transition & Integration Advisor
    Juan Rojo, Clinical Assistant Professor

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Talk About Teaching Spring 2021

Moving Beyond Accommodations: Creating Learning Environments that Work for All Learners.

Presenters
  • Scott Lapinski, Ph.D., M.Ed.; Director of S.A.S.

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Navigating Triggers and Bias in the Classroom.
 

Presenters
  • Dr. Nadine Petty, Chief Diversity Officer
    Allyson Ryder, MPPM, Assistant Director

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